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Great 600 sq/ft space with lots of light
  • $189/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • San Francisco, CA
This beautiful space is available to privately rent for most any kind of event including private lessons of any kind, recitals, workshops, lectures, kids stuff, meetings, performance, martial arts and more. Available hourly, Daily, Weekly, Monthly 20 feet wide 36 feet long 12 foot ceilings Private Bathroom Private Entry Laminate Floors (not sprung)
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Delightful Garden Deck in San Francisco
  • $253/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • San Francisco, CA
A garden deck perfect for photo-shoot or standing party inside a gorgeous Venetian house. This venue is just beside a wine temple and a serene garden. To respect the comforts of all guests, the venue is available for booking from 10:00 a.m. until 10:00 p.m.
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Industrial Fitness Studio
  • $825/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • San Francisco, CA
We have two fitness studios in one location. Our studios have: - Very high ceilings, concrete walls, soft industrial vibes with exposed ceilings, bamboo floors, and plants - Tons of natural light - Open floor plan - State of the art fitness equipment - All amenities (shower, WiFi, restrooms, etc) - Large street level presence on Market Street in high-end residential building
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Snug Restaurant in San Francisco
  • $250/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • San Francisco, CA
A snug, counter-serve locale that offers traditional American breakfast & lunch bites, plus coffee. Our restaurant is available for Meetings, Events. Please contact us directly for exact pricing for special events. Published price are estimated only.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the price range for Auction locations in San Francisco, CA?

The price differs based on the length of rental, but majorly 1-hour booking will be in the range of $30 to $825

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About San Francisco

Along the northern coast of California, San Francisco is a large city with about 875,000 residents. Famous for its Gold Rush history in 1848, the city went from a small town of under 1,000 to over 25,000 within a year. Next came the Central Pacific Railroad, which brought even more people to town.

Today, the city is known for its stunning architecture, gorgeous beaches, and sensational parks as well as many major attractions like the Golden Gate Bridge, the Painted Ladies, more than 200 museums, and over 30 art galleries. When looking for an auction location in San Francisco, you will have no trouble finding one.

Interesting Fact: The very first television set was invented here in 1927 by Philio Farnsworth.

Auction Options in San Francisco

Planning an auction can seem overwhelming so make sure to get help with everything that can be outsourced. There is no need to do it all on your own. Luckily, San Francisco has a plethora of experienced auction planners to give you a hand with the details.

  • Auctioneer
    Hiring an auctioneer for your San Francisco auction location should be the first thing you do after deciding where your auction will take place. After all, you really cannot have an auction without one. Make sure the one you choose has a state license and is bonded, experienced, and professional.

  • Food Service
    You do not have to have food at your auction, but it is a nice way to get people to stay longer and come back the next time you have one. Hungry people do not like to stay and shop.

  • Security
    Auctions are typically filled with lots of expensive items so having security is important. You do not have to hire a whole crew, but one or two security guards would be perfect for a small to medium auction.

  • Furniture
    Whether your auction location is an empty warehouse or a huge mansion, you will probably need to get some kind of furniture like seating for large groups during the auctioning process. You will also need tables for food and other items.

  • Professional Equipment
    There are many things that you cannot do without when planning an auction. Excellent sound equipment, staging, and lighting are just a few of these that you need to think about.

Auction Companies in San Francisco

When searching for companies to help you organize your auction location in San Francisco, you will find a large variety of professionals who can give you exactly what you need, even if you did not know you needed them. Let the professionals help you make your auction perfect.

  • Principal Auctioneer
    Principal Auctioneer raises on average about a million dollars per week. They boast six different professional auctioneers to choose from who handle over 200 auctions per year. Besides having a licensed and bonded auctioneer, you may even get some surprise guests like Alec Baldwin, Kathy Griffin, or Josh Groban.

  • Left Coast Catering
    Left Coast Catering has been serving nothing but the best foods since 1994 and they have a stellar reputation in San Francisco and the Bay area. Choose from appetizers like seared risotto cakes, savory madeleines, and roasted squash or dishes such as seared halibut, braised duck, and saffron chicken.

  • Nob Hill Security
    This premier security company specializes in on-site and building patrolling as well as security guard services. If you need a whole crew, you can get that from Nob Hill too. Every one of their employees goes through a rigorous background check, FBI, and DOJ checks so you know you can trust them.

Pros and Cons of Auctions in San Francisco

Do not start packing until you know everything there is to know about the city you choose for your auction location. Find out the advantages and disadvantages of having your auction location in San Francisco before heading out.

Advantages

  • Stunning beaches
    San Francisco is surrounded by water so you can find dozens of beaches to enjoy while you are in town for your auction. From the popular Baker Beach to the secluded Marshall’s Beach, you can find your favorite or visit them all.

  • Lots of entertainment
    You can always find a good nightclub or bar in San Francisco. The crowds are mostly baby boomers, and they can party all night long.

  • Fantastic weather
    Summers are mild and winters are warm in San Francisco so you will not need to worry about extreme temperatures any time of the year.

Disadvantages

  • Not a good place for a drive
    With gas prices at triple the average cost in the US and traffic jams day and night, you should probably invest in a private car service or public transport.

  • High prices
    Speaking of prices, everything in this city will cost you more than the typical city. From coffee to car rentals, do your homework so you don’t get sticker shock and have a budget in place as you plan.

  • Too many tourists
    You cannot expect to go to any of the major attractions without waiting in line unless you go really early in the morning. Try to go on the less busy times like weekdays or during the winter months.

Famous Locations in San Francisco

  • Golden Gate National Recreation Area
    With over 82 thousand acres, the Golden Gate National Recreation Area boasts more than two dozen sites like Alcatraz Island, Muir Woods Redwoods, and Fort Point Historic Site. As well, there are 1,200 historic structures, 130+ miles of trails, and of course the Golden Gate Bridge.

  • Pier 39
    There is never a dull moment on Pier 39. You can visit the Aquarium, ride some thrill rides in the Flyer Thrill Zone, and visit the sea lions that hang out on the K-Dock. You can also shop for souvenirs, dine at some of the best eateries, and watch the street performers. The 7-D Experience is also popular with people of all ages.

  • Union Square
    Named for its support of the Union Army during the Civil War, this landmark area is also a popular shopping, dining, and entertainment hub in San Francisco. The square takes up more than one block in the city and features over 200 stores from Abercrombie & Fitch to Zara. After working up an appetite, you can visit one of the 100+ eateries.